Not only the proconsul, but the town crier also ascends the tribunal and appears wearing the toga like his master.
It was composed by a Mr. Thistlewait, the town crier, and is much admired.
One morning the capitan of the town sends a town crier around to announce an order to the people.
The town crier started the game, kicked off the first ball at two o'clock, and stopped it at six.
In our talk, I assured him that in Philadelphia Franklin came and went and was less observed than the town crier.
Nathalie now played the part of town crier and rushed hither and thither inviting the guests to their camp nest in the woods.
There is a quaint survival on this belfry, for upon it the town crier has a little hut.
Acting for him, the Secretary of the Council sent the town crier to summon all good citizens to the tavern green.
She felt, too, that the town crier could truthfully announce that milady was returning to tea gowns for an indefinite period.
The town crier unconsciously launched me into business, and soon I was floating on a high tide of political declamation.